Conference Venue

INTERSPEECH 2014 will be held in the MAX Atria @ Singapore EXPO. Getting there

Contact Information:

Singex Venues Pte Ltd
1 Expo Drive, #02-01
Singapore 486150
Main line telephone: (+65)

A metropolitan yet green city, Singapore is also known as the Garden City. Trees line the side of every road, and islands of greenery are found among housing estates, shopping areas, and even office buildings.

MAX Atria follows in the tradition of greenery, and presents a brand-new conference experience. Designed around green initiatives and fitted with modern audio-visual technical capabilities, the venue provides dynamic spaces for any variety of events. MAX Atria is also the first exhibition and conference center in Singapore to receive the BCA Green Mark Platinum award, signifying a commitment to sustainability efforts.

Other notable details:

Getting there

Directions by taxi:
There are numerous taxis available in Singapore that offer reliable service. The taxi fare from the airport to Singapore EXPO is about $15 and to the city about $20, subject to surcharges.

There is an additional surcharge of $2 for all taxis departing from the Singapore EXPO.

Directions by train:
Singapore EXPO is served by its own station, Expo MRT station. To get to Singapore EXPO from Changi Airport, take the west bound train. It is just one stop from Changi Airport MRT and the journey lasts only 4 minutes. Average frequency from Changi Airport station is 12 minutes.

If you are coming from other parts of Singapore, transfer trains at Tanah Merah station (on the East West line) where the train will take you to Expo MRT in 3 minutes.

The station is behind Hall 6.

Directions by bus:
There are 3 bus stops from which you can alight to get to Singapore EXPO.

  1. Beside Carpark G on Upper Changi Road East
    Bus route numbers 12, 20, 24 and 38
  2. Outside Hall 1 on Upper Changi Road East
    Bus route numbers 12, 20, 24 and 38
  3. Beside Carpark J on Xilin Avenue
    Bus route number 35

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